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TomDispatchTomCast for November 17, 2011: My Childhood

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TomDispatch founding editor Tom Engelhardt discusses his childhood in post-World War II America, and the propaganda of American exceptionalism.

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Keywords: TomDispatch; TomCast; Tom Engelhardt; Timothy MacBain; American exceptionalism; World War II; post-war America

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